Lila(Angel Achieng) and Fila ( Nyambiya Syekei) made their first appearance on the screen through Zora Drama series aired every weekday from 7.30 - 8.00 PM on Citizen TV. The young queens lost their mum in the series and are currently under their dad( Madiba) and the entire Chibale family.
Students have been on holiday since last week and were expected to be back to school on Monday next week . Majority students were to open on monday 11th of October 2021 but it would not be so as Monday will be a public holiday according to the Kenyan calendar .
Primary and Secondary schools have been scheduled to take a break from their respective learning institutions for a while. This is following the new calendar that has been released by the ministry of Education. The students will break for one week starting from next week 1st of October 2021 up to 10th October 2021.
Education Ministry through the Education Cabinet Secretary George Magoha has finally bowed to pressure from different stakeholders and has commenced the review of the Competency Based Curriculum (CBC). On Saturday, the Kenya Institute of Curriculum Development (KICD) CEO Charles Ong’ondo announced to the public that all concerns raised by parents, teachers and the public at large will be addressed.
Primary and Secondary colleges have been scheduled to take destroy from their respective mastering establishments for a while. This is following the new calendar that has been launched by means of the ministry of Education. The college students will smash for one week beginning from subsequent week 1st of October 2021 up to tenth October 2021.
Education is the process of facilitating learning, or the acquisition of knowledge, skills, values, morals, beliefs, and habits. Education takes place in formal or informal settings, and any experience that has a formative effect on the way one thinks, feels, or acts may be considered educational.
George Magoha is currently the Cabinet Secretary of Education and he is always committed to ensure that each an every time the students get the best education. George Magoha has sent a message to all the degree holders asking them to embrace the degree that they studied for because if they will not do whatever they studied for it is a waste of a degree.
The government is determined to make sure that the students become what they want to be in future.The outgoing education system has been accused of promoting the rote knowledge instead of equipping the learners with the prerequisite skills that can help them in future.It emphasises on exams such that once a student fails,he or she is viewed as a failure in the society.
It is only a day since students from across the country reported back to school, after ending their four days half term. The Education Calendar in the country was forced to change after the Corona Virus pandemic affected the country. However, most of the students and parents seems to have already adopted to the new calendar, as most of them have reported back to school.
Nicholas Maiyo who is the National Parents Association chairman has said they seek to join a case opposing the Competency-Based Curriculum. On Monday he said they will be on the defense of the new curriculum remarking that they are in support of the system. Maiyo who spoke at the Kenya Institute of Curriculum Development during the meeting with education stakeholders on the CBC said, “Our concern is the judicial decision that could disrupt our children’s education.
Photo|Courtesy: Education CS Professor George Magoha Kenyans have camped on social media platforms like Twitter and Facebook to respond to the remarks by the Cabinet Secretary for the Ministry of Education, Professor George Magoha. According to reports by Nation Africa News, the Education Cabinet Secretary has challenged Kenyans for a legal battle slated to take place in the court of law.
A man has died following an incident that happened today in the morning after a section of Wall of Kisumu Boys Highschool collapsed under unclear circumstances. Photo:Courtesy According to the latest news given by Ghetto radio, it has been reported that the man whose name is yet to be disclosed was among a group of pedestrians who were walking beside the road before the incident.
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Inline with the complaints from parents, the Ministry of Education, through the Kenya Institute of Curriculum Development (KICD) has put in place new instructions to teachers. Parents complained of many of complex assignments that they have to help learners with, where most of which are beyond the learners' abilities.
The introduction of the Competency Based Curriculum(CBC) was considered as one of the best move in the education sector as it was aimed at identifying learners strengths and base their studies in that given area. Since its introduction, the CBC has received a lot of criticism, especially from parents and other stakeholders who have argued that the system is expensive and that teachers are ill prepared for its roll-out.
The recently adopted Kenya's new curriculum has come under a harsh critiscm over its implementation mechanisms. The competency based curriculum has been rolled out with grade 5 being the top class at the moment. A section of citizenry are claiming that it is quite expensive to implement.
Members of the Nakuru County Assembly have approved a Sh23.2 billion budget for the 2021/22 financial year. Budget and Appropriation Committee Chairman Joel Karuri tabled the budget on Tuesday in a heated session during which the MCAs piled pressure on the executive to speedily implement it. In the budget, the county government estimated its expenditure at Sh17.4 billion with an additional roll-over allocation for ongoing projects of Sh5.6 billion from the 2020/21 financial year.
Few hours ago the ministry of Education through the Cabinet Secretary Prof George Magoha has released the 2021/2022 students placement into universities and colleges at the Kenya Institute of Curriculum Development (KICD) in Nairobi. Speaking during the release of the placement report, Magoha directed the Kenya Universities and Colleges Central Placement Service (KUCCPS) to conduct an inter-institution transfer process to help students align their courses and move from one university or college to the other of their wish if they have met the required points.
Magoha said that for once, Kenya's education sector is on the right trajectory by focusing on skills and competencies of learners other than ranking and cut-throat competition that has been at the center of the sector for so long. Magoha has insisted that competency based curriculum is the best system we should use in Kenya in order for our children to gain skills in order to help the coming generations.
The cabinet of education has told off critics that they should be ready to meet him in court as he is confident of winning the case. He also said CBC is the best thing Kenya wants to have for better tomorrow. Cabinet secretary, Magoha has insisted that Kenya's education sector is on the right path by focusing on skills and competencies of learners other than ranking and cut-throat competition that has been at the center of the sector for so long.